Bachelor in Paradise, the Bachelor fans’ favorite guilt treat, continues tonight with Episode 2 of the show’s Season 8, which airs at 8 p.m. Fans can look forward to two hours of steamy romance and all that drama, with more to come Tuesday.
The show is broadcast on Mondays and Tuesdays.
- LIVE BROADCAST: ABC on fuboTV (free trial) and DirecTV Stream
In tonight’s episode, Victoria F. is ready to make waves as the men hold the roses and put pressure on the women. The cast includes:
- Romeo Alexander from The Bachelorette Season 18
- Michael Allio from The Bachelorette Season 17
- Shanae Ankney from The Bachelor Season 26
- Jill Chin from The Bachelor Season 26
- Brittany Galvin from The Bachelor season 25
- Justin Glaze from The Bachelorette Season 17
- Hunter Haag from The Bachelor season 26
- Sierra Jackson from The Bachelor season 26
- Brandon Jones from The Bachelorette season 18
- Hailey Malles from The Bachelor season 26
- Kira Mengistu from The Bachelor season 26
- Lace Morris from The Bachelor season 20
- Logan Palmer from The Bachelorette Season 19
- Genevieve Parisi from The Bachelor season 26
- Jacob Rapini from The Bachelorette season 19
- Serene Russell from The Bachelor season 26
- Andrew Spencer from The Bachelorette Season 17
- Teddi Wright from The Bachelor Season 26
- Casey Woods from The Bachelorette Season 18
Where can I find the ABC channel?
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